UA Little Rock basketball games will raise money for Arkansas Children’s Hospital

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock Athletics will team up with Arkansas Children’s Hospital on Saturday, Jan. 13, to raise money for the hospital’s Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit as the Trojans play a Sun Belt Conference doubleheader against Texas State at the Jack Stephens Center. 

The Trojans will help support ACH’s Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, raising funds to purchase the new EASE Application to support families. Two dollars from each ticket sold for the Jan. 13 doubleheader will go towards the cause, giving Trojan fans a chance to assist young patients locally.

EASE Application is a program that will improve patient experience and engagement through communication between care givers and patients. With this technology, the cardiovascular unit and operating room will be able to securely and safely update families on their child’s status from the preparatory stage, through surgery, and into recovery.

The technology allows parents and family members to have immediate updates on their children from their bedside, including video and text updates. By obtaining this application, Arkansas Children’s Hospital will be able to enhance its commitment to communication, reduce anxiety, and increase patient satisfaction.

The Jan. 13 doubleheader gets underway with the Little Rock women facing Texas State at 3 p.m. at the Jack, followed by the men’s game at approximately 5:15 p.m. To secure your tickets for ACH Night, contact the Trojan ticket office at 565-8257.

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